The veterinarians at St. Paul Pet Hospital treat pets as if they were their own—they happily make house calls, use state-of-the-art diagnostic technology, and even pick up and drop off animals at the hospital. In the office, they perform spaying and neutering, vaccines, and microchip implantations in clean treatment rooms, with separate facilities for cats and dogs. Their operating theater, meanwhile, has all of the medical technologies of a traditional hospital, including digital x-rays, precise electrosurgical equipment, and time machines.
At Edina Pet Hospital, Dr. Jill Eversman and Dr. Jean Jarvis and their staff welcome furry friends for a bevy of hospital, boarding, and bathing services. Within a large, clean setting, they offer diagnostic checkups, x-rays, dental, lab, and pharmaceutical services for dogs and cats. They also offer dietary and behavioral counseling, boarding, and emergency care.
Douglas Animal Hospital's staff is small, but their hearts are big. They take special care of all animals, whether furry, feathered, or scaled with a range of services ranging from annual vaccinations to veterinary acupuncture. What's more, general wellness appointments are made easier thanks to a slew of on-site conveniences. Digital x-rays provide immediate viewing of images, and an in-house pharmacy and lab mean that owners won't have to leave to get their pets' medications or test results.
Founded 22 years ago by owner and trainer Gail Simpson, St. Croix Training Center offers lessons for riders of all abilities in a spacious, heated indoor arena. The experienced trainers are proficient in hunt, saddle seat, and Western pleasure-riding styles. Equestrians age 6 and older will spend 30 minutes atop their horse working on the basics or fine-tuning their trot, and approximately another half hour on the ground, saddling and grooming their new many-hands-high friend or discussing the history of carrots over a bowl of sugar cubes.